This information night has two parts – a presentation by a NESA Senior Project Officer and a workshop unpacking recent developments and potential teaching and learning strategies for the contemporary issues surrounding individuals and technology.
Part 1: Presentation – Clarifying Assessment in Stage 6, focuses on clarifying and unpacking NESA’s new assessment requirements and how these are applicable to the Legal Studies course.
Part 2: Workshop – New Ideas for Teaching the Individual and Technology in Preliminary Legal Studies. Information and resources provided relating to the Preliminary contemporary issue of the Individual and Technology, including recent law reforms. Discussion and small group activities to support the creation of effective teaching and learning programs, as well as suggested classroom strategies.
This event is highly beneficial to all teachers of Legal Studies as clarity and certainty regarding compliance and assessment will be provided.
Teachers who are new to Legal Studies find this an invaluable professional development event. Experienced teachers will be able to improve their understanding of the latest legal developments relating to the individual and technology and reflect on new possibilities to engage students and improve achievement of outcomes.